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Hakkinen warns Verstappen: Intimidating Hamilton won't work

Two-time F1 world champion Mika Hakkinen has warned Max Verstappen that any attempt to intimidate Lewis Hamilton on the track will only boost the Briton's motivation and focus. Verstappen and Hamilton will resume in Qatar this weekend their fierce battle for supremacy in the world championship. The Red Bull charger, who currently leads Hamilton in the Drivers' standings by 14 points, pulled out all the stops and then some in Brazil to try and fend off his rival's attacks, with the pair's tussle on lap 48 at Turn 4 the highlight of the race. As the two drivers entered the corner side-by-side, Verstappen made no real attempt to make the corner, keeping his steering open and running wide...
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